Crime Orange County Sheriff's Office employee arrested for video voyeurism
Tx. Girl, 14, Believed to Be in 'Grave Danger' Is Found Safe in Ky. — and 2 Suspects Arrested
An operation was launched Thursday in Louisville, Kentucky, to recover Willow SirmansWillow Sirmans, 14, was recovered Thursday from a home in Louisville, Kentucky.
An employee with the Orange County sheriff's office is in custody after allegedly placing a camera in his roommate's room.
Llewellyn Berkheiser III, 28, was arrested Saturday after his roommate found a camera in the air vent inside her bedroom.
The victim told authorities that when she discovered the camera, Berkheiser came into her room and said that he'd discovered a camera in his own air vent and claimed a maintenance man was the culprit.
2 in custody after girl dies playing with pistol at Bartow County campsite
Deputies are investigating the death of a girl who they say shot herself playing with a pistol at a Bartow County campsite. The girl’s grandmother and a man have been charged.The Bartow County Sheriff’s Department said they responded around 8:30 p.m. Saturday to reports of a shooting at the Chitwood Cove campsite. People at the scene took the child from the site and met up with law enforcement and EMS up the road.Officials rushed the girl to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead. The child’s name and age have not been released.
Berkheiser was hired by the sheriff's department in June 2018 as a communication specialist. He has been relieved of his duties without pay during the criminal investigation.
"All Orange County Sheriff's Office personnel are held to the highest standards of conduct," said Sheriff John Mina. "These allegations will be thoroughly investigated and the results of that investigation will be made public."
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3 gang members arrested on charges of attempted murder for drive-by shooting in San Joaquin .
3 gang members arrested on charges of attempted murder for drive-by shooting in San JoaquinDetectives say at about 8:45 pm, the three suspects - 20-year-old Kevin Rosales of Huron, 19-year-old Luis Bravo-Edwardo of Huron, and 19-year-old Esekuiel Ochoa-Felix of Coalinga - carried out a drive-by shooting in the area of Nevada and 6th Street.